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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Smart how?
    entertainment and self promoting wise? I agree

    President wise absolutley not and I gurantee they never make it and they arent postive to anybody objective. They are both part of the problem with politics and not the solutions. lol
    Smart as in being successful in the business and legal world

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfoot 88 View Post
    Smart as in being successful in the business and legal world

    A study showed they finished #1 and #2 in positive intensity levels among the candidates
    A poll? it must be true then, Im sure they did to partasin people. I dont know anybody objective that thinks they have a shot, are our future or arent part of the problem. A shock jock and and walking talking point.

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    Cain/palin will never be president/vice president if they do you can pick my sig lin for a month or my avatar for a year and vice versa.

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    LOL glad you liked it looks like in the near future your gonna own her avatar and ill own her sig
    Yea, I imagine I'll be pretty miserable for a year and be lookin' like a fool with liberal stuff when I post. NOT! You two are going to lose and you'll be sporting some Herman Cain, Glenn Beck, or Rush Limbaugh stuff.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Of course it was, yet there do seem to be people who believe that Obama really is a socialist out to destroy the country, and that they must unseat him, regardless of who the next POTUS may be.

    But, people who hold such a belief would vote Republican if "their" party ran Charlie Manson. So, the task is to either convince rational voters that Obama is what they say he is, or else come up with an electable candidate.

    So far, the electable candidate project hasn't gotten off of the ground.

    But, then, neither has the convincing rational voters that Obama is a socialist out to destroy the country project.
    How easy or difficult it is to beat Obama, will depend on the economy. What will the unemployment numbers be, will gas be $5 or $3.

    Personally I think Cain can beat him no matter what the economy looks like. Not too sure about some of the other ones running.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Yea, I imagine I'll be pretty miserable for a year and be lookin' like a fool with liberal stuff when I post. NOT! You two are going to lose and you'll be sporting some Herman Cain, Glenn Beck, or Rush Limbaugh stuff.

    Hey my sig line for you isnt going to be anything liberal lol
    also I told you I already support Beck, Rush, Hannity, and others for what they are ENTERTAINMENT

    if you want to get me youll have to make my sig say something like those guys dont lie and only tell the truth or that palin is very smart, articulate and the type of person we need in charge LMAO

    any of those lies would be good to make me say.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Remember all the outcry of political experience coming from the right on Obama. I have a question where is this man "political experience"?
    Cain has an awesome resume and some things you could say involved politics.
    He skewered Bill Clinton in 1994 that opened doors to him. his resume is massive compared to anyone elses including Obama and hard to get into all of it here.
    Also he was elected Chairman of the federal reserve which Ron Paulettes try to smear him with. It's actually a plus.

    The American Spectator : AmSpecBlog : Herman Cain and the Fed

    At a recent Spectator press event I had the opportunity to ask Cain about his views on the Federal Reserve. His view is that the Fed's current dual mandate is overbroad, and that it should not be tasked with promoting maximum employment. He argued that the only role of the Fed should be to stabilize the price level, and suggested that as president he would try to end the dual mandate.

    While keeping inflation expectations stable doesn't necessarily entail a specific Fed stance (for instance, during a downturn it would be necessary for the Fed to engage in very loose monetary policy to avoid deflation), Cain made it clear that he favored tighter money for the current economy. In other venues, he's expressed approval of some kind of gold standard or other asset backing for U.S. currency. And he's not impressed by current Fed chairman Ben Bernanke's management of the crisis and weak recovery -- he said flatly that he wouldn't reappoint Bernanke in 2014 if he were president. Cain declined to suggest who he would replace Bernanke with, however. Although he had a few candidates in mind, he chuckled that he wouldn't want to invade their privacy just yet.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Hey my sig line for you isnt going to be anything liberal lol
    also I told you I already support Beck, Rush, Hannity, and others for what they are ENTERTAINMENT

    if you want to get me youll have to make my sig say something like those guys dont lie and only tell the truth or that palin is very smart, articulate and the type of person we need in charge LMAO

    any of those lies would be good to make me say.
    Well that's what I was thinking. Something like how much you admire them and agree with them. Or how sexy you think Rush is.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Well that's what I was thinking. Something like how much you admire them and agree with them. Or how sexy you think Rush is.
    LMAO
    Rush is sexy is halarious, I might do that anyway lol
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    How easy or difficult it is to beat Obama, will depend on the economy. What will the unemployment numbers be, will gas be $5 or $3.
    That will have a lot to do with the outcome of the next election, no doubt. People do seem to believe that the POTUS somehow controls the economy and the cost of gas.

    Can Cain beat Obama? Depends on what you've just mentioned, as well as how the campaign goes. Right now, Cain lacks name recognition, but that could be fixed.

    What has he said as a pundit that is going to be dug up to haunt him during the campaign?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    I have yet to hear Hermain Cain say anything that wasn't simply reiteration of the common republican talking points that litter Fox News 24/7. He is a mouthpiece for the controlling factions of the republican party, and those people are militaristic, dangerously nationalistic, pro-businessmen (not business, but businessmen), full if religious intolerance, and basically indifferent to the needs of 90% of the population.

    These are the same guys who crafted the Bush agenda, who turned the republican party into the party of "no", only now they have some tea party rhetoric (which they do not intend to honor) added to the mix.

    If you support Herman Cain, you're really supporting those guys. And those guys are the bad guys.
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